with Ben Howdle
There most certainly will be some overlap between the two course types, with a lot of the content being a more in-depth version of its "beginner" counterpart.
A quick run through on the Primitive data types (String, Number & Boolean), the Composite data types (Objects & Arrays) and the Special data types (Null & Undefined).
Using modules & patterns to keep our code maintainable and friendly for other developers to use. Refactoring our code from spaghetti messes into small, manageable chunks.
A look at how we can create data structures and then manipulate them with sophisticated methods to create new data structures.
AJAX (XMLHttpRequest) is what we'll cover here. Ties in most of the topics above nicely.
Learning is great, but building products, writing code & releasing projects is infinitely more rewarding. We'll learn the art of efficient development.
The cost of these workshops is a fraction of the potential earnings that lay before you. Take these skills and go forth!
With the number of attendees usually between 10-15, it gives us a small, intimate feel. Small enough to open up a discussion without feeling like we're holding up the day.
With a small group, you can grab me at anytime and we can go through anything you're not clear on or struggling with. Feel free to ask me anything, maybe something you've not found an answer to online.
This ain't no work day. You've paid to learn, but this doesn't mean it's going to be a lecture environment. I just happen to be stood at the front occasionally.
Can't make the next workshop?
Refunds will be issued as long as you give me at least 2 weeks notice. Anything within 2 weeks of the workshop date and I'm afraid no refunds will be issued.